Swarm Reviews

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Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
December 20, 2019

Swarm: Simplify Multiple Deployments

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Swarm is well suited to deploy in an infrastructure of distributed micro-services and orchestrating them from a central platform. It does this job very well, and if you're looking for this functionality, I highly recommend Swarm. However, if you're simply looking for a load balancing and horizontal scaling, I think there are far better and even simpler tools available more suited to that task.
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Vlad VARNA | TrustRadius Reviewer
March 23, 2018

Hive Mind Your Frontend

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Great for light frontends and (REST) microservices that don't depend on hardware/drivers and just do DB/file IO. Not so great for dev virtual machines and testing complex network configurations.
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Claudio Fernando Maciel | TrustRadius Reviewer
March 06, 2018

Docker Swarm - feature rich, simple to maintain

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Microservices and FAAS continuous Integration is the keyword which comes to my mind when I think of the best reason why someone should use Swarm in one's project. The ease of having one's solution deployed is basically a no brainer by having at one's disposal the stack deployment tools.

Small solutions, where there the necessity of having a decentralized architecture does not come to play, in my opinion, would not take full advantage of using Docker in Swarm mode, since with the extra stack also comes the necessity of an extra amount of proficiency to both come up with, and maintain such an infrastructure.
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About Swarm

Docker Swarm is native clustering for Docker. It turns a pool of Docker hosts into a single, virtual Docker host. 
Categories:  Container Management

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